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of spanish you will hear: the conversational spanish spoken by the characters... ¿me podría comunicar con el señor carlos castillo, por favor? sí. ¿quién le llama? su hermano, ramón. iay, ramón! the spanish spoken by a narrator... narrador: aquí está carlos. carlos también tiene una esposa. se llama gloria. carlos y gloria tienen dos hijos: una hija, juanita y un hijo, carlitos. narrator: and the spanish spoken by raquel as she reviews major and minor highlights of the episode. fernando tiene cuatro hijos: una hija, mercedes y tres hijos, ramón, carlos y juan. while you will probably understand most or all of the spanish spoken by the narrator and by raquel during her review segments you are not meant to understand word for word the conversational spanish. ¿qué pasa? ¿fernando está mal? sí. ¿cuándo puedes venir a la gavia? as the characters speak let their actions and the context of their conversation guide your understanding. in this episode, you will learn how to express certain family relationships in spanish. mis hijos. sí, sí, mis hijos. habla pedro castillo. and now,
considermselves to be azil? translator: el more brazilian than japanese. anslator: eu também. me, too. interviewer: por que? translator: because i was born here, live here. i've never been to japan. translator: more japanese, but also brazilian, because my children and grandcldren are all brazilian. but when japan and brazil play against each other, i cheer for the japanese-- my children, for brazil. ( speaking portuguese, laughing ) kingore ) translator: i was born in japan, kingore ) but now i'veeen in bl fomany years. i'm now brazilian. narrator by 1960, when thisave of immigration had slowed, the city, bulging at its seams, boasted 13 million residents. and then yet another group of immigrants began to pouin. ( children shouting ) this group came from brazil's. between 1955 and 1980, more than fi million arrived, attracted by the promise of work and a better life. but an already crowded city could not absorb them. so they began to build tir own homes and neighborhoods, brick by brick, on the periphery. this so-called "self-construction" caused the city to spread even farther. ( sc
the corner, past the el, 4 blocks. oh, thank you, officer. i guess i got turned around. these streets are all mixed up in greenwich village. (hoberman) appearances are deceptive. space is deformed by the lighting patterns. it's the city late at night. chris gets involved in a violent scene that he can't really understand. and, in fact, it's quite violent. for the time, the idea that a woman would be lying on the ground while this guy is kicking her is fairly sadistic and is typical of more violence. along the sociological analysis, chris feels that to be masculine, first of all, you save women in distress; and, secondly, to be masculine, you also have a glamorous woman interested in you. we might also have been wondering, is she the noir femme fatale? is he hurt? i'll go call a policeman. no, wait! wait! she's kind of fetishized, wrapped up this transparent raincoat, which is both tawdry and glamorous at the same time, a beautiful, mysterious woman who is instantly duplicitous. where'd they go? in that direction. what does he look like? i don't know. i didn't see his face. he took $15. he did
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